Steve Sheppard from One World Music is someone whoe obviously cares deeply about his reviews and puts in a lot of effort to understand the music and give it the words it deserves. And once again he hit the nails on the head with his writing about our Lonely Desert album. From our perspective it is so great when people really take the time to dig in and get the understand what we do! Some excerpts: Forest Field are backContinue readingAnother stunning Lonely Desert Review
Our friends from Rock Melodico have written a great review for Lonely Desert. But since Spanish is not my best language, here a translation to English: Forest Field and a job of excellence in “Lonely Desert” Alex Socco, November 10, 2016 Forest Field are back with their fourth studio work released by the Rock Company label. And saying Forest Field is talking about Dutchman Peter Cox, the brain and mentor of this project which is completed by the voice ofContinue readinggreat Rock Melodico review translated
On the Strutter Reviews page you can now find a review for the latest Forest Field release. In Gabor’s words: Forest Field ‘Lonely desert’ (Rock Company) Already the 4th album of Forest Field, which is a project by Dutch multi-instrumentalist Peter Cox. He does everything by himself except the vocals, which are provided by Phil Vincent, who recorded them in the USA. The result is more or less close to Phil Vincent’s releases, so if you’re familiar with his music, then youContinue readingStrutter talk Lonely Desert
The odayrox website has written some very nice words on the latest Forest Field album. Here they come: “Lonely Desert” is the new album from FOREST FIELD, the band of Dutch musician Peter Cox who write all the music and play all the instruments. in fact, Forest Field is an international project, as American Phil Vincent (Legion, Cranston, Tragik) supply all the vocals. The previous Forest Field album was tested by 0dayrox, but discarded because it was an erratic release, including aContinue readinga VERY RECOMMENDED for Lonely Desert
On Forest Field: AOR with a little Prog influence? Functions pretty well in case of Forest Field’s third album In all honesty, the band name is a bit of a mistake, because behind it we find a duo: from the US Phil Vincent (Legion, Tragik) on Vocals and Dutchman Peter Cox (Chinawhite, Earthshine) handles all instruments (Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Drums). But with the quality on offer, we will not make a problem out of this a powerful release ToContinue readingNew Review!
Famed site Strutter has published an amazing review of our latest album on their site. It reads: Forest Field ‘Angels?’ (Rock Company) Forest Field is a Dutch project lead by Chinawhite guitarist Peter Cox. The album Angels? features Peter not only playing guitar, but also bass, keyboards, mellotron, piano, drums and organ, while for the singing part we can hear good old American singer Phil Vincent, who is also a multi-instrumentalist and a regular feature in the melodic rockscene. PhilContinue readingAmazing review on Strutter!
The Dutch Progressive Rock Pages (who by the way are an international webzine) have done a great review of our latest album Angels? Some Quotes: *If there was to be a prize for the most misleading cover of a prog rock CD, I would certainly nominate the Dutch band Forest Field. Their third CD, Angels?, comes in a carton card box with a cartoon on the cover showing a naked girl wrapped in yellow tape that carries the text “Caution, KeepContinue readingGreat review DPRP